- GERO 2000 Introduction to Gerontology
- GERO 4460 Psychology of Adult Development and Aging
- GERO 4670 Programs and Services for the Elderly
Six credit hours from the following:
- GERO 4350 Issues in Aging (Topic must be approved by academic advisor)
- GERO 4470 Mental Health and Aging
- GERO 4500 Legal Aspects of Aging
- GERO 4510 Long-Term Care Administration
- GERO 4550 Health Aspects of Aging
- GERO 4690 Working with Minority Elderly
- GERO 4940 Practicum
Within the Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management, students choose two concentrations. Several concentrations that pair well with Gerontology include: Nonprofit Management, Private Sector Management, Public Administration and Management and Public Health.
A minor and/or a certificate in Gerontology is also available; for more information, see the Emergency Management and Disaster Science Academic Advisor.